Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Blog Candy Alert! - Thankful 4U



Hello Everyone, I just want to let know you that I have a post at Ellen Hutson's Classroom today.
I also have a Blog Candy below for you to share.



If you would leave me your comments and let me know 
What is your favorite media to work with?
that would be awesome :)

I will pick ONE Random Winner on September 20th. 
The last day to enter for the Blog Candy is on September 19th 11:59 Pacific Time.



Thank you so much!
Have an FANTASTIC day :)






119 comments:

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  2. I saw this sweet card over at Ellen's; beautiful garden scene!
    Watercolor is my favorite at the moment!

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  3. Your card is awesome! Love all those pretty colors and the cute little bunnies. :)
    My favorite media is watercolor. :) Since I studied graphic design with illustrations, I can´t stop doing it. :)
    Have a nice day, xo Julia

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  4. Oh this card is so adorable! I lvoe working with so many things, but my favorite is probably distress

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  5. I love watercolors and colored pencils - you have created such a beautiful card

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  6. ONGRATs on your FEATURE!! WOWOWOWOWOWOW!! SQUEAL!! LOVING LOVING LOVING!! Such AMAZING Colors and Inspiration!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  7. Very pretty card. Right now, it is watercolors.

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  8. This is so absolutely gorgeous and a clever inspiration to use these stamps and dies. It really makes me want to try this. It's so colorful and cute!!

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  9. Joni, You are so talented and your card making is inspirational.
    Love the bunnies!

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  10. Your card is so beautiful! I love the colors. I am a beginner but have tried the Tim Holtz markers, but would love to try the Zig because the colors are so bright and cheerful. Thanks again for sharing.

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  11. Your card is adorable! I love your cards! TFS

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  12. That stamp set is super sweet and you made such a lovely card! I guess I would have to say distress inks are my favorite medium, especially for backgrounds. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  13. Great card and wonderful opportunity to win some blog candy. Looking forward to your card making ideas.

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  14. Wow, your card is absolutely gorgeous! I love your watercolouring with the Zigs. The bunnies are so cute! My favorite media to work with for coloring would be Prismacolor pencils. I like to dabble in watercolour but I need more practice! Thanks for the inspiration! I enjoyed your tut over at Ellen Hutson!

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  15. I love this adorable thank you card. My favorite medium to work with is water colors. I just love the different effects you can achieve on backgrounds with water colors. Whether it be markers, paints, inks, they all give a beautiful background to your cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. That is the cutest card! Love how you have colored it. I really like watercolor and to use water with chalks!

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  17. Love your card! I used mainly Copics in the past but recently have been experimenting with Zig Clean Colors as I've seen so many card designers using them. Thanks for chance to win WPlus9 stamps. One of my favourite brands!

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  18. Gorgeous coloring and layering on your beautiful card in the CLASSroom!
    I am loving the Zig brush markers now! Got a few of them recently to try out and I think they will be a lot of fun. I love seeing tutorials on using them to get some tips and ideas!

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  19. I'm trying to get better with watercolor.

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  20. Aww, those bunnies are so cute and it's great to see they can be used for a different reason than just the Easter holiday! Thank you!

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  21. Love, love this sweet scene! Your colours are, as always, gorgeous!
    For my favourite medium, right now, I like embossing on water colour paper and using Kuretake Gansai w/c paints. Lots of experimenting ahead for me!

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  22. Congrats on the guest spot! Your card is wonderful!

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  23. What a delightful card!! Right now I love playing with my growing die collection. But I love to play and learn with new products of all kinds!

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  24. So happy to know I can learn from another master, Joni! I'll run over to the classroom, but first, to answer your question: water-coloring with Distress Inks is my first favorite - can a girl have more than one? LOve your darling card...
    =] Michele

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  25. Oh my, beautiful card! You've inspired me to do some watercoloring... and I've seen those markers everywhere but have yet to try them. My favorite medium at the moment is pencils... seems easier for me to blend. But I love the brightness of markers and haven't really worked much with watercolor... yet!

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  26. Those bunnies are just the cutest!!!

    Favorite media--I think I reach most often for Copics and distress inks...and watercolors round out my top 3 picks...

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. Such a pretty card, Joni! Love those bunnies sitting in between all the gorgeous flowers and leaves.
    For my general coloring I use Copics and Distress Inks for Watercoloring. Would so love to try the ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Pens!
    Thank you so much for the chance to win your adorable giveaway!

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  28. I love working with alcohol markers and watercolor markers.

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  29. congrats on your classroom post. your card is beautiful! I like water color but i'm afraid to admit it...my work is nothing compared to yours!

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  30. I usually stamp and die cut (if there is a die available). I'm using more markers (copic, chameleon, SU) but I wish I was much better at it.
    I love the snuggle bunnies. The flowers are so pretty. It's wonderful how the bunnies are amongst the flowers.
    Wonderful card.
    thanks for sharing.

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  31. Thank you so much for the chance to win. I am currently obsessed with watercolors!

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  32. Joni, how darling is your card and how sweet your give-away! I know this may be odd, but I'm really starting to love my Chameleon pens, After all the head scratching and 'grrrr....' to figure them out, they've become my go to colour medium. If only I could get the hand of water-colouring...still mystifies me (perhaps not a skill I'm meant to have. sighhh)
    ~c

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  33. I love how you used the Thankful stamp set in a non-autumnal colors. I never would have guessed you could make it look so tropical. I reach for copics most frequently but I am trying to decide whether I want to invest in the zig clean color real brush markers or not. The colors are so vibrant.

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  34. oh wow, you are so talented! this is a beauty.

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  35. Thank you so much fir sharing your card in The Classroom. I visit your blog every now and then when I have the time and I'm never disappointed. Thank you once again for an amazing share!

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  36. I love watercolors and you do such a beautiful job. I would be very happy to receive a card like this.

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  37. Thank you for sharing your creation at The Classroom. I visit your blog every now and then whe I have the time and I'm never disappointed. Thank you once again for sharing one of your gorgeous creations.

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  38. This is such a gorgeous card. I love working with distress inks.

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  39. Just popped over from The Classroom blog where I saw your card. My favorite media right now is anything I can try to watercolor with. I'm practicing as I have time, mostly with Distress inkpads, and I also got some of the watercolor pencils to try soon--I really like the look of watercolored cards. I had to pin your card--it's so sweet and cheerful, and I really like the watercoloring!

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  40. Love your card and welcome to Ellen Hutson classroom. Your card is outstandingly beautiful. Lately Im trying different ways with water coloring techniques. I'm collecting the Zig markers now and trying to learn how to use them. I still love the effect of heat embossing..

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  41. Joni, thank you for sharing the techniques for this adorable and colorful water colored card! I love to work with all inks, and am just branching out into water colors and pastels. Definitely going to try the Zig Markers on a block!

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  42. What a darling card. Your bunnies look so cute nestled in all the flowers. My favorite is probably distress inks as they are the easiest to work with for me.

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  43. My favorite medium in my new Zig Clean Color markers.

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  44. this card is so adorable.. you always amazing me with your coloring.. I just got some embossing paste so I think that is going to be my new favorite.. :)

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  45. My favorite Media to work with is my Copic Markers. I do hope to learn to create beautiful cards someday like the adorable bunny card you created! I love all the pretty colors you used on the flowers.

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  46. Absolutely love watercolors! Your work is always so gorgeous and inspiring!!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    <3 Emily L.

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  47. Your card is AMAZING, Joni, and I enjoyed seeing your feature over at Ellen Hutson! Lately I'm most interested in working with watercolor medium. I have the Zig Clean Color pens, and Kuretaki Gambi set, and they're both great although I seem to reach for my distress inks the most to do watercolor. Thanks for a chance to win this generous prize package :)

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  48. eeek I love those zig markers & you make so much pretty cards!! Thanks for the chanse!!
    Answer: distress smooching is my fave!!

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  49. Joni, I love your detailed & layered card - the scene is adorable! Congrats on being featured on The CLASSroom!

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  50. First, love your work and this card are stunning. Thanks for the tip for watercoloring. My favorite media are paint, water color and coloring pencils. Too munch, but I'm keeping practicing for best results.

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  51. Love the bunnies and flowers on your card! My favorite are the ZIG Clean Color Real Brush markers.

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  52. Absolutely adorable card with amazing coloring! Love the little bunnies tucked in behind the gorgeous blooms! My favorite media would probably be watercolors. I haven't used them as much as I would like but love the look. My most used has been Copics.

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  53. Joni, I love love LOVE this card! Wonderful bright. bold colors (always a favorite of mine). My favorite medium is definitely all things watercolor, but especially my Inktense pencils. Love the range of tones I can get with them. Thanks so much for sharing your artistry, and congrats on being featured in Ellen Hutson's newsletter! :) ~ Andrea

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  54. This card is so beautiful! My favorite medium to work with is probably Copic markers. I have been trying out the Zigs and I think I like them.....I need more tie to decide, though!

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  55. I just saw your project over at Ellen Hutson. Love the colourful garden oasis that you created for your bunnies!

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  56. I love Copics, but I am starting to get into watercoloring and I love Zig Real Brush Clean Color Markers & Brusho.

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  57. My favorite medium to work with is watercolors. BUT I REALLY want the new Clean Color markers! Can't afford them right now. Wish I could win the entire set of EVERYTHING here!! AND my b'day is coming up!! WHAT a SUPER GREAT b'day present!! LOL
    Grandma Nancy in central IL
    sapps2luv (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  58. Ohhhhhhhhh this is PRECIOUS! LOVING those bunnies and the flowers!!! I have always been just a lo girl ... but since you got me hooked on WPlus9's stamps ... I can definitely say, stamping is becoming my thing! :)

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  59. What is my favourite medium? Ink! Does that count? It can be used for stamping AND watercolouring. I'd like to try the pens you used though

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  60. Love your flowers. I don't color because I'm terrible at it; I have no idea how to blend & shade . Wonder if these Zig Brush Markers would help me . Your card is so sweet. Love that you get the back view in this set.

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  61. What a lovely card Joni!! I just adore the way you colored the flowers and created an enchanting little garden!

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  62. What a sweet card!
    My favorite medium at the moment is probably watercolors! The Zig Brush Markers are on my wish list!

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  63. LOVE your sweet card Joni! Looks like it was alot of work but I bet very relaxing to put together. Crazy as it may be with all the watercoloring options out there today, I am loving my sets of Prima Watercolor pencils. Haven't gotten any Zig's yet.....someday!! Thanks for all the creative inspiration you provide us all!!

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  64. Wow wow wow! You are such an inspiration!!! Love the gorgeous water coloring and flowers! Beautiful work!

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  65. Beautiful card...you are such an inspiration!!! I like your style! ;)

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  66. Love your card Joni!! right now my favorite medium is watercolor with distress inks and inktense pencils; the Zig Brush Markers are on my wish list!! thank you for sharing...

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  67. This is a great card! I saw it in the Classroom and just popped over. Those sweet bunnies do look as happy as
    bunnies can! My favorite medium is COPIC markers, but I love the look of water colors.

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  68. What a beautiful card, Joni! Right now, I think my favorite medium to play with are various types of watercolors. I love Gelatos with water, distress inks, cheap water color sets, my few new Zig markers - and on it goes. SO much fun to get that fun, care-free colored look on my cards!

    I love how you've put together such different designed stamp sets in this card - AMAZING how they go together so well!

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  69. Lovely card, Joni! I love how the bunnies are nestled in with the flowers. Gosh, I bounce back and forth between some kind of water color and my copics. Love them both to pieces. Thanks, Paulette S.
    craftqueen417 at yahoo
    http://paulettesprettypapercrafts dot wordpress dot com
    since google has merged my expired blogger profile for a blog that no longer exists, to my google account because they want to be "the" social media.

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  70. Never considered myself to be very artistic but I'm loving the watercolored look and find myself using my Zig Color Brush Markers. Your card is beautifully done, Joni.

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  71. This is so beautiful Joni and congrats on being over at Ellen Hutson. I love the colours and all the layering of the flowers, its so clever!!!

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  72. I love it, Joni! So bright and colorful. And this stamp set is just so adorable. I am finding myself reaching for Distress Inks water colors more and more lately. I have a wide range of colors and they are so easy to use. So thrilled to find your work through the Ellen Hutson blog. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  73. Lovely card! TFS:)
    Love using watercolors & texture (whipped spackle, etc)...

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  74. Wow your card is gorgeous! It pops off the page! 😍
    ~God bless

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  75. Gorgeous card, Joni! I love distress inks - they are so versatile and can be used for watercolor too!

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  76. Beautiful card.
    I still love working with distress inks. So much fun!

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  77. This is beautiful! Gorgeous gorgeous! Love it. I still use distress inks a lot for my watercolor. Thinking bout the zigs though. Lol

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  78. Beautiful card. I love the spectacular watercoloring and how the stamps work together.

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  79. Great colors and design! Such a perfect card. Love the warm wool for the sentiment too. Just ties the whole card together without detracting from the design. Last year, my first year in the paper crafting hobby I focused on Copic markers. This year I'm trying new techniques/mediums and water coloring, although not my favorite right now is my new "learning curve" media. It is my favorite look, just not when I do it!

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  80. Such a cute card! Love the layers! My favorite media is Distress Ink.

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  81. Those bunnies are too cute, my cats used to do that. Right now I love Distress inks and markers. But that will change.

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  82. The flowers are very bright and happy on your card! I love to color with Copic Markers and Distress Inks/Markers. Just starting to grow my watercoloring skills with Zig Clean Color Brushes, Derwent Pencils and Gansai Watercolors!

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  83. Beautiful card, and my fave is watercoloring: I don't have to be an artist to create with water colors.

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  84. GREAT card!! So beautiful it's fit to be framed. Right now my fave medium is watercolors!

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  85. My favorite medium right now is Chameleon Pens! I love to color vellum with them so this flower would also look amazing if the petals were cut from vellum then colored with those awesome pens for a little muted color too!
    Many Blessings,
    Melitta

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  86. What an adorable card. I have such a passion for animals and animal stamps.
    My FAVE media right now is water coloring with an Aqua Painter. I can't get enough of it.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us! So very nicely done!

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  87. Beautiful colors, sweet bunnies -- thanks for the details on how you watercolor using ZIG.

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  88. Cute card! I love coloring with prisma Color pencils. I also really like watercolor, but I'm not very good at it yet. I need lots more practice.

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  89. Beautiful card, really enjoyed your post over at ellen hutson too. Those sweet little bunnies are definitely on my wish list! For coloring I mostly prefer watercolor - although I love using my colored pencils and copics, too. Just depends on the look I'm trying to achieve - I feel much more confident with watercolor, so tend to reach for them first. Slowly getting better with copics though, like anything it requires practise!

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  90. Love this card!! As for my favorite medium, that's hard. I teeter between watercolor and alcohol markers. Watercolor markers/brushes microscopically smudge ahead of my alcohol markers. LOL!

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  91. Cute card. I still love copics. Even though they seem to be on the back burner everywhere right now. I'm always behind on trends. LOL. I have started playing with water coloring with distress inks.

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  92. Such a beautiful card. I love to color with Copics more than anything.

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  93. Such a beautiful card! As to my favorite medium, it's a toss up between watercolors and Copic markers.

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  94. Your card is so sweet! Love those bunnies. I would love to work with watercoloring techniques more but presently I turn to my copics most often. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  95. Joni, your card is gorgeous, and I loved reading more about you. I totally agree that you are a master at achieving depth with color. Everything you create leaves me in awe.

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  96. Beautiful card! I love coloring with both copics and distress inks, but find I don't have enough time for anything!

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  97. Oh, Joni, this card is sooo adorable! With the beautiful coloring and all those layered flowers, wow! <3<3 .. My favorite media changes depending on my mood :). Sometimes watercoloring, sometimes copics. Thanks so much for the chance to win!!

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  98. What a beautiful card! Although I immediately went out and bought the stamp set when I saw your card, I would LOVE to win one too!

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  99. I love to use markers! I don't have a favorite just yet, still playing around with a lot of different brands.

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  100. OMGOSH this is soooooooooo sweet!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to see all the step outs on the EH blog! My fave medium to work with is WATER COLOR! I can't get enough!!!!!!!!!!!

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  101. Such a lovely garden! I love using anything which creates a soft watercolor look.

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  102. Such a beautiful card, love all the colors in this adorable scene. My favorite medium is watercolor, since I don't have to have much of an artistic touch to be successful.

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  103. Love your wonderful cards. My favorite medium is water coloring! Thank you.

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  104. joni, that is sucha beautiful card! I am always so inspired with your designs! Congratulatios on being at Ellen Hutson! And hanks for the giveaway :))) I do not use a lot of medims usually, but i love to play with distress inks :) and i love heat embossing :)))

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  105. Your card is beautiful, Joni. Love your layering and coloring work. Recently I love working with dye ink pads, heat embossing & watercolor paints

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  106. Beautful card. TFS. I am learning more all the time but find I really like my colored pencils and Copics right now. Trying to find time to get more comfortable with water color, but hasn't happened yet.

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  107. Your card is adorable. I love the depth that is has. I've joined the watercoloring craze too--I love the look you can get using them for backgrounds or with your stamps accented with some embossed areas!

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  108. Right now I'm in love with watercolor!!!!

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  109. Wow, what a gorgeous card, Joni!! That scene you created is absolutely magical and amazing!

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  110. What an adorable and colorful card. Right now I am learning to use my copics and I also like to play around with watercolors.

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  111. My favorite medium to work with is ink. You can do all sorts of things with dye ink. Your card is precious. TFS

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  112. I like using markers. There are so many different ways to use them. I love your card.

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  113. This card is so fun and cute and pretty at the same time! I like distress ink the most for making blended background!

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  114. The coloring used by just this small set is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  115. Such an adorable scene ! Love the coloring on the flowers :)

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